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Agitation tank is an incredibly important part of the equation

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A main issue with Agitation Equipment is the risk of product attrition or generation of fines. This concern is well minimized on a Vertical Blender/Dryer. The blending action it imparts is very thorough but gentle enough even for the most delicate of applications.

Agitators in the ethanol concentration area of the plant are needed to keep solids from settling. This function is well understood by agitation consultants familiar with the industry, and no additional research is needed.

Any number of different substances require proper mixing techniques to ensure a quality product at the end of the production run. While having the right agitation drive, motor, shaft and impeller for your application are essential, the agitation tank is an incredibly important part of the equation. Without the right tank, your mixing process will be skewed, creating significant problems down the line. This applies to all industries that require liquid blending, solids suspension, dispersion, dissolution, emulsification, heat transfer and other applications. How do you ensure that you have made the right selection in an agitation tank?

You will also need to ensure that you have the right mixing equipment mounted to your agitation tank. The right size and shape impeller is vital to keeping your mix in suspension. However, the impeller shaft is also an important consideration. Too thin of a shaft can lead to premature wear and breakage, while too thick of a shaft can also cause issues. The agitation drive is also important, as is the motor-you need sufficient torque and power to keep your mixture in suspension, without worrying that prolonged use will lead to premature wear on the motor or the drive.

Secondary wastewater treatment can be accomplished using any of the following; activated sludge process, ponds and aerated lagoons. Package wastewater treatment solutions such as anaerobic biological reactors, trickling filters, rotating biological contractors, membrane bioreactors, or sequencing batch reactors are becoming common. As with the primary treatment, solids removed in this step are taken to sludge Thickening Equipment, sludge dewatering, and final disposal. The water stream leaving the secondary wastewater treatment may either be recycled back to primary treatment or passed along to tertiary treatment.

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